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A Spotlight on Tap Report Use in Commercial Real Estate Property Management

A Spotlight on Tap Report Use in Commercial Real Estate Property Management

Provide a description of yourself and your company. I am an Operations Manager overseeing 1.2 million square feet of Class A office buildings and indoor parking facilities.  What do you use Tap Report for? We are using Tap Report for several applications such as security patrols, cleaning inspections, joint-health & safety committee (JHSC) inspections, mechanical equipment logs, chemical tests, sustainability readings, parking lot inspections, incident reports and fire watch. As a manager, what do you find most valuable about Tap Report? The product allows us to keep track of all the moving parts in the building and provide a centralized platform with 7 years history. It is the easiest way to move to paperless inspections and ensure that the inspections are completed on time. What do your staff like most about using Tap Report? The simplicity is the most valuable quality of the app. The customized reports that were developed with Tap Report's team became the first

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Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls are among the leading causes of injury in Ontario workplaces. As a result, the Ministry of Labour will be completing blitz inspections from March to July, looking for hazards that could lead to slips, trips and falls. What will the MOL look for: A well-documented health and safety program Hazard awareness and prevention training for slips, trips and falls (i.e. posted warnings, working at heights program and training etc.) Evidence that you’ve taken precautions to reduce risks To reduce injuries, inspections should be completed regularly to identify and remediate hazards. Things you should look for during your inspections, especially in high-traffic areas: Slippery surfaces – spills, seasonal hazards such as snow and ice Unsecured mats – mats can sometimes roll up and create a tripping hazard Uneven surfaces Debris Poor lighting Poor housekeeping and obstructions to walkways Protruding cords or cables How to prevent injury: Slip-resis

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Do you know  what the sanitation inspection requirements are?

Do you know what the sanitation inspection requirements are?

Frequent washroom inspections are an important part of facility management. They ensure the safety of patrons and that cleanliness standards are maintained. The suggested inspection requirements are to ensure: Washroom signage is in good condition, is visible and securely affixed on the door/wall That mirrors are in good condition and are safely secured That walls, floors and ceilings are in good condition There are no leaks, slipping or tripping hazards on the floor Lighting in washroom is adequate That locks on washroom stalls are in good condition and function properly That hinges on washroom stalls are in good condition and securely fastened That sinks are in good condition, they are not clogged and there are not any leaks Sink faucets have good water pressure and good water temperature Soap dispensers are in good working condition and have soap in them Toilets are flushable and are in good working condition There are receptacles present and they do not

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